Developing the Social Service Sector is one of MSF's key focus. MSF works closely with with the Sector, Voluntary Welfare Organisations, grassroot and community organisations to provide assistance to those in need.
Supporting Families Through COVID-19, Info-pack for Practitioners
COVID-19 has brought additional stressors for many individuals and households. This info-pack provides information on Government schemes and services that could support such individuals and households. Ground agencies could use this info-pack to provide information to clients, and/or help them apply for the relevant schemes and services.
Family Preservation by Safe and Strong Families (SSF) Programme: Practitioner’s Resource Guide
The guide introduces readers to Intensive Family Preservation in the Singapore context. Designed with practitioners in mind, this guide is also relevant for professionals, such as educators in tertiary institutions, policymakers, and supervisors.
Occasional Paper: Improving the Lives of Low-Income and Vulnerable Families in Singapore
This paper sets out the Singapore Government’s approach to improve the lives of low-income and vulnerable families in Singapore.
Social Service Industry Manpower Plan 2017
The Social Service Industry manpower plan outlines key strategies and initiatives to further develop the sector over the next five years.
Tuning in to the Leaders Series Session 21 Ms Ang Bee Lian
In this edition of Tuning in to the Leaders, we hear from Ms Ang Bee Lian, Director of Social Welfare, Ministry of Social and Family Development
Tuning in to The Leaders Series Session 20 Ms Ho Lai Peng
In this edition of Tuning in to the Leaders, we hear from Ms Ho Lai Peng, Principal Medical Social Worker, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Tuning in to the Leaders Series Session 19: Mr Phua Chun Yat
In this edition of Tuning in to the Leaders, we hear from Mr Phua Chun Yat, Head of Planning and Organisation Development, AMKFSC Community Services Ltd
Tuning in to the Leaders Series Session 15: Ms Agnes Chia
In this edition of Tuning in to the Leaders, we hear from Ms Agnes Chia, Group Director, Care Corner Singapore Ltd.
Tuning in to the Leaders Series Session 16: Mrs Sylvia Mun
In this edition of Tuning in to the Leaders, we hear from Mrs Sylvia Mun, Chief Medical Social Worker of KK Women & Children's Hospital
Protecting Children in Singapore
This publication provides an overview on the child protection system in Singapore.